When a device like the new iPad is manufactured in the millions, you know for sure that there are bound to be a few bad apples (pun not intended) out of the entire barrel. Well, it seems that John Pope has discovered a bright spot on his new iPad’s display, right smack near the lower right hand corner. To better describe what a bright spot is, it is actually an area of the LCD display which illuminates itself more brightly compared to the rest of the pixels around, and can be seen better on light backgrounds compared to darker ones (which is pure logic speaking here). Since it does not affect viewing on darker backgrounds, you can be sure that watching your movies on the new iPad is not going to be an issue even if your display has a bright spot (or spots). John goes on to say that he hopes this is a singular problem, and not widespread, but just out of curiousity, how many of you out there with a new iPad have an issue with bright spots on the Retina Display? It is a shame, no? Hopefully Apple will be able to do something about their production line to prevent something similar from happening in the future.
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